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Date: 1930 before
Description: View from road of a building located on the grounds of the Winnebago County Asylum. Standing on a sidewalk in front is a man leaning on a cane.
Description: Exterior view from road of the Elisha D. Smith Library. The library opened in 1898 funded with a gift of $20,000 from E.D. Smith. Over the main entrance, a...
Description: Tree-lined driveway on the Winnebago County Asylum grounds.
Description: This 1897 map of Winnebago County, Wisconsin, shows the township and range grid, towns, sections, cities and villages, landownership and acreages, rural re...
Description: Tree-lined driveway on the grounds of the Winnebago County Asylum. Buildings are in the background behind the trees.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A large, two-story wood building with nine over six windows identified as an inn; at the time of the photograph it served as the Butte des Morts Post Offic...
Date: 1871 ca.
Description: A stereograph of the town square and Main Street. The three-story building visible in the center of the photograph was operated as the National Hotel. It w...
Description: A car going up ramp, northbound on USH 41.
Description: This 1855 map of Winnebago County, Wisconsin, shows the township and range grid, towns, cities, villages, and post offices, roads, and lakes and streams.
Description: In 1934, Cook and Brown Lime and Coal built a super-service station with Art Deco stylings at 420 Division Street, which was previously occupied by a small...
Description: Exterior rear view of the Winnebago County Asylum building.
Description: Three-quarter view from driveway of exterior of the Winnebago County Asylum.
Description: Four women and two men are standing at the tree-lined drive surrounded by a lawn which leads into the Winnebago County Asylum. The man on far right in the...
Description: This 1911 map from the U.S. Post Office Dept. shows rural delivery routes, active and discontinued post offices, collection boxes, selected rural landowner...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View across road towards an older man and woman standing on the front porch of a two-story house at S. 1st Avenue. The man is J.J. Phillips and the woman i...
Description: View from across road of the Winnebago County Asylum farm buildings, including a large barn.
Date: 1966-08-28 ca.
Description: Exterior view of a large, Tudor style mansion on the shores of Lake Winnebago.
Description: Exterior view of front of a Winnebago County Asylum building.
Description: Black and white postcard of Hull House. The house was built in the Italianate style around 1850. Farm outbuildings are visible in the background. The house...
Description: This map shows building use, railroads, tramways, lumber yards, roads, watchman’s stations, and steam pipes. Also included is text about buildings, Clapp a...
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